Keeping Up with Contact Lens WearersHere’s how to avoid dry eye-related dropout in a post-pandemic age.
Using Topography to Guide Your CL FitsLearn the maps and images that can best visualize any issues prior to placement or troubleshooting.
Slowing Myopia Progression with Multifocal LensesIntegrating this service into practice is beneficial for both patients and ODs. Here’s a primer.
Replaceable Lenses, Irreplaceable ProgressContact lens wear schedules overcame early growing pains, leading to today’s healthier, multi-wearing schedule options.
Manufacturing a Brand-New IndustryFrom humble origins, soft contact lens production ramped up as continual innovations paved the way for a half-century of progress.
Advances in Optics Drive Soft Lens SuccessAchieving crisp vision for all refractive errors in a hydrogel material was no easy task. Let’s look at the stumbling blocks and successes that brought today’s lenses to life.
Material Gains: 50 Years of the Soft Contact LensA closer look at the evolution of lens materials and what comes next.
The FTC’s One-Two PunchPatient safety and prescriber sanity were not priorities of the recent rule change.
Soft or Scleral Lenses for Dry Eye Patients?Determine the best option that treats your patient’s symptoms and expectations.
The How and Why of Contact Lens DepositsOptometrists need a comprehensive understanding of this complication to help patients avoid it.